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Image showing the first page of the Building Resilience guideResearchers at Zero to Three have developed a guide for early childhood professionals to support parents and caregivers in fostering their child's resilience to adversity. From ZerotoThree.org: 

"In this brief, the authors explain how resilience can

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For nearly four decades, the not-for-profit organization Pathways has been a “positive, trusted, inclusive partner to parents everywhere.” The dedicated staff at Pathways.org provide “free, trusted resources” based on the best available research and

This article from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) summarizes research that suggests that reading books with very young children promotes:

  • Understanding print and pictures as symbols of real things,
  • Increased voca
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3821285300?profile=RESIZE_710xThis article from the National Institute for Children’s Health Quality (NICHQ) titled “Fathers: Powerful Allies for Maternal and Child Health” summarizes research on the critical importance of fathers’ role during pregnancy and in a child’s early yea

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“Self-regulation is the act of managing thoughts and feelings to enable goal-directed actions.” It’s a set of skills we begin working on right after birth and continue refining through adulthood. Self-regulation is an important goal for infants and t

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